TTX Opening First International Plant in Mexico

Therma-Tron-X (TTX) of Sturgeon Bay has chosen Mexico as the home for its first international subsidiary, TTX Mexico. TTX is a North American industry leader in the design and manufacture of industrial finishing systems and industrial water-treatment equipment. The importance of the Mexican market and a commitment to TTX’s existing Mexican customers drove the decision to invest in a permanent operation within Mexico. Mexico’s forward-looking stance also provides strong internal growth potential as well as a launching point from which to support and grow business throughout Latin America. TTX is well known in the paint-finishing industry as a custom manufacturer of powder coating systems, electrodeposition systems, liquid paint coating systems and reverse osmosis and wastewater treatment equipment. “As TTX enters its 50th year of business, we also celebrate more than 25 years of successful relationships in Mexico,” said Robert Rock, vice president of Strategic Development – TTX. “TTX is proud to expand our support capabilities into a permanent presence in Mexico, where we see a robust business and cultural environment. Local team members with the full support of TTX Headquarters will bring a new commitment to our customers in Mexico.” TTX has selected the municipality of San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo Leon, for the TTX Mexico headquarters. Remote office locations for the convenience of its customers are available now in Mexico City, Queretaro, Guadalajara, Puebla, Tampico, Ciudad Juarez, Tijuana and Cancun. Additional locations will be opened throughout 2019.